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Pensions Disputes

Pensions disputes are increasing. Trustees and sponsors are more diligent in identifying mistakes in their schemes and members are more frequently disputing changes. It is more important than ever for our clients to avoid disputes arising, and to manage them effectively when they do.


Recent notable cases

  • Re Gleeds Retirement Benefits Scheme – acting for representative beneficiary on ineffective changes to benefits
  • KeyMed (Medical and Industrial Equipment) Limited – acting for sponsor in claim for breach of fiduciary duties
  • Acting for trustees of various schemes in negligence claims against professional advisers and administrators
  • Smithson v Hamilton – acting for representative beneficiary on rectification of scheme rules
  • Re Hogg Robinson Pension Scheme – acting for representative beneficiary on rectification of scheme rules
  • Acting as expert witness on what was an acceptable standard of legal advice in a professional negligence case